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The Most Dangerous Drugs, etc.

by: Donielle Rhone

The Most Dangerous Drugs, etc. 50362

Donielle Rhone
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These notes cover the introduction to the class and the general ideas about drugs and violence such as the most dangerous drugs, why a drug should be declared illegal, the places where a person is ...
Drugs and Violence in Health Education
John D. Winborn
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Drugs, violence, Education, school, Victim, Danger, crime, addiction, regulation
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Donielle Rhone on Monday February 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 50362 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by John D. Winborn in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see Drugs and Violence in Health Education in Health Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University.


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Date Created: 02/29/16
Drugs & Violence - 05/31/16 *the most dangerous drugs **heroine -opium (“opioids” plural) *poppy seeds *induces sleep & sedation *low potential for addiction -laudanum *is added to opium *minor potential for addiction -codeine *increased potential for addiction *is used in cough syrups -morphine *subsides pain *endorphin – body releases natural chemicals to manage pain -heroine **alcohol **cocaine -coca plant *no potential for overdose -cocaine HCl (hydrochloride) *in the form of the “white bricks” we see on tv -pseudophedra *is used to make methamphetamine (meth) *”ice” (is clear) -crack *small rocks **caffeine -is classified as a “poison” along with alcohol **drugs are not addictive in their organic forms **drugs become addictive once they’re no longer organic & have other chemicals added *the places where a person is most likely to be a victim of violence **overcrowded conditions **males > females *drug should be declared illegal because… **lack of safety regulations **negative side effects **self-harm **lack of reliability **lack of functionality *role of school in dealing with drugs **negative correlation between drug education program (e.g., D.A.R.E.) and drug use *most appropriate use of recreational drugs **home **relaxation *eliminate violence problem **promoting values **holistic approach *most serious violence issues **gang related violence **drug dealing **social media **domestic violence *children most likely to have issues with drugs **single-parent homes **outcasts **peer pressure **those educated about drugs -Self-Fulfilling Prophecy *those who are educated about drugs and/or who have addicted relatives may succumb to drug use *best ways to eliminate drug problem **childhood prevention **promote morals/values **educate on safe levels & ingredients of drugs **therapy/holistic approach


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